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Extend nRF51 AnalogIn voltage range to 3.6 V #5200

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nvlsianpu commented Sep 26, 2017

Previous the voltage range was ste to 1.2 v from SoC internal reference source.
This caused problem with testing. It is unexpected that range is much
shorter than vdd as well.

Fix for analog part of ct-test-shield test issue #5133

Extend nRF51 AnalogIn voltage range to 3.6 V
Previous the voltage range was set to 1.2 from SoC internal reference source.
This caused problem with testing. It is unexpected that range is much
shorter than vdd as well.

The voltage range was extended using SoC build in analog prescaler (set to 1/3).
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theotherjimmy commented Oct 2, 2017

/morph test

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@0xc0170 0xc0170 added ready for merge and removed needs: CI labels Oct 6, 2017

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